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Beijing Photek S&T Development Co., Ltd. (北京福托科技开发有限责任公司 Běijīng Fútuō Kējì Kāifā Yǒuxiàn Zérèn Gōngsī), also known as Quadimension (平行四界 Píngxíng Sì Jiè), is a company that consists of Chinese producers who originally created and distributed the Quadimension album series, which mainly featured a selection of Chinese VOCALOIDs. They collaborated with Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. to create a voicebank for their mascot and first Chinese VOCALOID, Xingchen.

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Quadimension began as a group that created doujinshi albums under the same name. These albums mainly featured Luo Tianyi, but began adding more VOCALOIDs since Quadimension 3's release in 2015 . Quadimension collaborated with a variety of producers who became members of the group, though not every person became a permanent member.

Their mascot appeared in some of the artwork in the album pamphlets. This mascot was known as Quadimensionko in the past, but eventually became their first VOCALOID, Xingchen. Quadimension commissioned Shanghai HENIAN to create a VOCALOID4 voicebank for her while they handled her character and marketing rights. She became the first entry of the Voicebank Customize Project.

Later, Beijing Photek was adopted as their company name. This was to keep the VOCALOID development and marketing business separate from the producer circle and to sound more professional.

In late 2017, Beijing Photek expressed in interest in expanding their cast to include a total of five characters.[1] Haiyi made her debut in 2018 as the next character, but it was unknown what voice synthesizer engine she was for.[2] Toward the end of 2018 and into the beginning of 2019, Cangqiong, Shian, and Chiyu were confirmed to be in production, but like Haiyi, the engine they were on went unrevealed.[3] It was not until March 28, 2019, when Ddickky posted on Weibo that these characters (although Haiyi was omitted from the list), along with two Xingchen voice databases and an unknown male voice, were moving over to Synthesizer V.[4]

Key people[]

Ddickky.png Dike Li (李迪克), also known by his producer name, Ddickky, was known as the founder of Beijing Photek and a member of the Quadimension circle. He announced his retirement as CEO in August 2021.[5]
Senjougahara.png Depei Kong (孔德珮), also known by his producer name, Senjougahara Yousei, is a musician from Beijing, China, and is a member of the Quadimension circle. He later became the recording director for the Synthesizer V vocals Chiyu, Shian, and Cangqiong.
Stk4n3.png KAII, also known by his producer name, St.K4N3, is a member of the Quadimension circle. He later became the recording director for the Synthesizer V vocal Haiyi.
Zeno.png Zeno is a producer from Xiamen, Fujian, and is a member of the Quadimension circle. He was also the audio engineer for Synthesizer V vocals Shian, Cangqiong, and Haiyi.
Napstina.png Napstina, also known in the fandom as Haru.jpg, is a Chinese UTAU user who later handled the annotations for Beijing Photek's Synthesizer V vocals. She was also responsible for tuning Haiyi's and Cangqiong's UTAU voicebanks prior to them becoming available for Synthesizer V.

Voice Databases[]

Synthesizer V[]

Voice databases developed by Beijing Photek S&T Development Co., Ltd.

Synthesizer V Studio[]

Voice databases developed by Beijing Photek S&T Development Co., Ltd.

Announced Vocals[]

Synthesizer V AI[]

Voice databases developed by Beijing Photek S&T Development Co., Ltd.

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